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Table 2 Ancova analyses including Educational level, gender and depression between Brazilian and International Samples

From: Development and validation of the Brazilian version of the Attitudes to Aging Questionnaire (AAQ): An example of merging classical psychometric theory and the Rasch measurement model

Interaction Means Br Means Int F P Partial Eta Sq.
Total score      
Gender (m/f) 132.8/137.3 129.9/128.9 1.231 .267 .000
Ed Level (high/low) 139.3/134.5 132.1/128.3 18.96 .000 .004
Depression (≤5/>5) 141.2/119.4 134.4/110.8 2914.5 .000 .430
Gender × Ed Level × Depression - - .084 .773 .000
Factor I score      
Gender 49.4/51.1 49.7/48.5 13.5 .000 .003
Ed Level 51.8/50.5 50.7/48.4 37.3 .000 .007
Depression 53.1/42.8 51.4/40.0 2233.7 .000 .352
Gender × Ed Level × Depression - - .001 .971 .000
Factor II score      
Gender 50.3/52.7 49.9/49.8 .073 .787 .000
Ed Level 54.1/51.1 51.2/49.4 14.59 .000 .003
Depression 54.0/45.3 51.9/42.3 1746.4 .000 .301
Gender × Ed Level × Depression - - 1.25 .263 .000
Factor III score      
Gender 33.0/33.4 30.2/30.3 1.80 .179 .000
Ed Level 33.3/33.3 30.2/30.9 2.29 .130 .000
Depression 34.0/31.2 31.0/28.7 304.9 .000 .067
Gender × Ed Level × Depression - - .321 .571 .000